Above please find said bag, in all its glory. I can personally attest to the sturdiness of this lovely creature (I use mine every day!). Specs wise, it is 15 1/2" tall by 15" wide, and has 22" shoulder straps. The image is drawn from a circa 17th century guide to the private museum of "Artist of Death" Frederik Ruysch, one of the topics covered in the book; Click on image to see larger version.
And for the curious, here is what Kickstarter had to say about our project:
Marvelously macabreTo see more about the project--and to secure a copy of the book for yourself for a mere $25 pledge!--click here.
The rogue scholars behind Morbid Anatomy Presents specialize in the creepier nooks of knowledge — extreme taxidermy and human tattoo collection, to name a few — but their work is all the more fascinating for its macabre sensibility. This lavishly illustrated anthology will immortalize a year's worth of their most engrossing presentations, like a recent lecture on bookbinding with human skin. (We just hope their tome comes clad in old-fashioned leather.)